Comfortably nestled in the southern reaches of Satpura hills, Pench National Park derives its name from Pench River which flows within the par from north to south. The wildlife sanctuary and its environs was the source of inspiration for Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book and is known for housing one of the highest densities of tiger population in the country. The Jungle Book and its characters went on to etched in the popular imagination in India and overseas. Five star hotels in Pench National Park offer an opportunity to stay at a secure distance from the land of Mogwli and Bageehra.
These five star properties are set in an eco-friendly ambience and situated in proximity to the periphery of this wildlife reserve. Marked by spacious living, antique & wooden furnishings, warm hospitality and authentic regional delicacies, these deluxe hotels are truly fascinating place to stay in. Waking up to the twittering of birds and a distant roar of the wilds are some of the fascinating features of Pench luxury hotels.